Split static content delivery from dynamic content

When your blog visitors increase and so does the load it’s imperative to split static content delivery from dynamic content. You can do it in multiple steps, please continue reading some advice below.

Step #1.
Move images, thumbnails, CSS and JavaScript files to a super fast single threaded web server like Nginx or Cherokee. Split the content using a subdomain name, for example, http://static.yoursitenamehere.com

Step #2.
Move static content to Content Delivery Network (CDN) and offload your site load. CDN pricing varies from around $0.04 to $1.50 for 1GB of data transfer. If you are on a budget, try ValueCDN

Step #3.
Stop logging traffic on your web servers, offload stats processing to Google for example.

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